City Directories and History: “The Methodist-Episcopal Church built Campbell Chapel in 1853. structed in the Greek Revival style, the chapel has board-and-batten The three-bay facade has a pedimented gable supported by four square umns. The double front doors are four paneled with pilasters decorative cornice. Windows are new, but the original configuration twelve over twelve (12/12) lights was retained.
In 1874, the church became the property of the black A.M.E. congregation. The interior was remodeled and an addition made in 1969.”
Information from: Historic Resources of the Lowcountry, The Lowcountry Council of Government, Cynthia C. Jenkins, Preservation Planner – Published, 1979
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